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(male announcer) this is bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> pam: the probe into what led up to an oil tanker hitting the bay bridge. investigators say this isn't the pilot's first ship mishap. kron 4 is live with team coverage. the u-s being hit by anand doctors say, even if you *not be fully protected no oil spill, not much damage. but a lot of questions after an oil tanker sidswipes a bay bridge tower. 36 hours after it was due to leave the bay, the ship is still anchored off treasure island. coast guard officials are trying to determine the cause: (foghorn) >> winds, tides, fog or human error. >> those are all factors we will be looking at >> and we are learning more about the pilot, one of the highly paid and highly trained experts who guide ships in and out of the bay.this is not hisd first accident. >> not his first -- accident. >> he had three incidents in his file. >> pam: good evening, i'm pam moore. tonight, kron4's team coverage on the tanker hitting the bay bridge. starts with terisa estacio. she's live on treasure island. terisa? >> reporter: the coast guard
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has ordered the vessel and not to go anywhere. and it digging into the investigation of why it swiped the tower # 6 of the bay bridge and the national transportation safety board has announced that it is investigating the crash is is that it is a major marine casualty with one half a million dollars in damage, so far. kron4's maureen kelly attended a coast guard briefing where they outlined their next steps in the investigation. >> reporter: tuesday investitgators interviewed the bar pilot. the local person tasked with helping to manuever the 752 foot vessel thru these waters.the captain and key members of the crew will also be interviewed.drug and alcohol testing is already underway. the coast guard says human error is one of the possibilities they are looking at. >> that is something that we will always look at is. pilot error, can lend her.
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>> reporter: inspectors and investigators plan to go thru every inch of the ship. including testing the navigation equiptment meant to help guide the tanker around obstacles like the bridge. there was a quarter mile visability the day of the also under scrutiny.the physical damage the oil tanker sustained. >> we are trying to go to climb to get an internal view of the whole scene it in the .. hull.. if you have a comment or story idea for stanley, e-mail us at peoplebehavingbadly@kron4.co m >> reporter: officials are also interested in this scrape you see because of the potential for pollution. they continue to monitor the water.and so far no leaks has been detected. the ship had already offloaded it's cargo before the accident monday. >> with that said, they obviously also troubl they did t trouble with a lot of fuel. >> reporter: the crew of the overseas reymar remains on board. the coast guard says
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the ship will be kept here until investigators are satisfied. >> as long as it takes. >> reporter: officials say it could take months before a cause is determined. maureen kelly kron4 news. >> reporter: at this hour, we are learning more of this pilot. kron 4's dan kerman has more on the pilot. and some other incidences involving the pilot. >> reporter: this pilot that was maneuvering the vessel that hit the bay bridge has had three previous incidences in the last four years. on august 27th, 2009, the captain was piloting this 565 grace towards the port of san francisco when briefly grounded. there was no damage and what this incident review committee could not find any failure with the action, he was ordered to take more
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practiced trips. on two days later, on august 29th, he was taking this vessel out from the san joquan stockton and it damaged a catwalk. he was also practiced as expected-to to--more practice courses. and as he was supervising a trainee at the ship was going from redwood city to the richmond harbor. this tug boat was attached and it made contact with the bottom of the channel causing minor damage. while he was only supervising he was blamed for pilot error. no action was recommended by the incident review committee >> skilled pilots of the river it is easy to make contact with the bottom or problems. it is a very
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narrow transit. changing conditions, shallow water. i would characterize this as a reminder incidences. >> reporter: the executive director of the pilot commission for san francisco, san pablo, and because they are co conducting their own concurrent investigation he will not comment. however, there are new investigations in the works. >> this regimen with agility testing, for the pilots and physical ability this will create also a medical review regimen for the job officer. >> reporter: dan kerman, kron 4 news. >> reporter: 0 there are federal authorities involved in the investigation there is a non-profit. is also wanting some answers tonight. just some short time ago i spoke with the executive director. even of the was not an oil spill it
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is extremely alarming. >> one thing but we are concerned about is the vessel, and the coast guard. and understand what type of information they have. how heavy the fog was. and what type of instructions/directions. and what type of judgment calls the official pilot had to make on deciding the transit. in other words, was it is preventable? should it not have set sail when it did. >> reporter: the bottom line is that there is still a lot of unanswered questions and that shipping is not going anywhere until there are some answers. reporting live from treasure island, terisa estacio. >> pam: thanks terisa - we will check back in with you tonight at six-o-clock. again, another look at the ship as it sits in the san this is video from our helicopter partnership with abc-7 news. coming up tonight at 5-30. kron4 takes you behind the wheel of one of the massive tankers, in a maritime
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academy simulator. stay with kron-4 as we continue to follow developments -- in the tanker hit of the bay bridge. you can follow updates on the web at kron-4-dot-com, and our facebook and twitter pages. >> if you have not been feeling well lately. you are not alone. the flu season started early and it is getting stronger. in fact, so many people are getting sick. kron 4's justine waldman tells us. having the flu shot. might not completely protect you. >> reporter: the flu season is off to a strong start. >> "according to the cdc ca is having widespread activity." >> reporter: dr. randy bergen is an infectious disease specialst at kaiser permanente. he says. more and more cases of the flu are coming in to this office this winter. >> "we are seeing more of the tradition influenza body aches and pains. upper respiratory congestion." >> reporter: the call centers, clinics and emergency room are all busy with people suffering from the flu. even people who did get the flu shot.
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>> "no vaccine is 100%" as i say you are protected with the vexing than without. we're never going to say that you were going to get 100 percent protection. >> reporter: doctor bergen notes it takes two weeks for a flu shot to take full effect. get one to protect yourself. but the flu virus going around now. h-3-n-2. is making a lot of people, really sick. >> "h3n2 tends to be more sever and that is the virus that is circulating right now." >> reporter: to stay healthy, the best people who are sick and wash your hands. in walnut creek justine waldman kron 4 news. california's flu activity is
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>> pam: investigators now say, a petaluma teenager, found dead on the side of a road in lake tahoe, may have been disoriented. allysa byrne apparently tried to walk three miles in freezing weather to her hotel. after attending a music festival. el dorado county sheriff's say, the 19-year-old took off her jacket at some point -- and boot prints that were found suggest the disorientation. no word yet if alcohol or drugs were a factor. >> the man accused of setting his girlfriend on fire in san francisco's bayview district -- is behind bars. dexter oliver is facing attempted murder and arson charges. investigators say, they tracked down the suspect at a hotel in oakland. oliver is suspected of throwing gasoline on his girlfriend and setting her on fire after an argument. the victim-- a mother of three, is recovering at a san francisco burn center. >> it was foggy earlier take a look! this is what drivers were dealing with that the toll plaza. you can see how thick it was in this is
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from mt. tam right now. and as it is getting darker. i am here in the weather center with jacqueline there are reactions with what we can expect. >> yes. it was a bit cooler. because theit felt-a bit cooler because of that low 50s. we did see temperatures below 60s, elsewhere. 60s in redwood city, 61 in san jose. 60s in pleasanton, fremont, and a santa rosa. it was a very nice today. as we take a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza. clear skies. that is going to change. the satellite & radar showing that it is set up associated with this system approaching the coast. the tail end of this system is dragging offshore. a bit of a one half horseshoe shape. towards the
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coast for tomorrow. and rainfall for tomorrow afternoon clear what will time it out on futurecast. and more importantly, the rainfall and fog. >> catherine: details on what the elaborate a booby trap that he had waiting for him at the apartment. from the colorado shooting. >> pam: approval. a foggy morning around the bay area early today. a foggy mornyou can't move the tv there. yuh-huh. we have the wireless receiver. listen. back in my day, there was no u-verse wireless receiver that let you move the tv away from the tv outlet. we can move it to the kitchen, the patio, the closet and almost anywhere. why would you want a tv in the closet? [ both laugh ]
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>> pam: a quick live look at bridge traffic -- on this tuesday evening commute. as many of us experience first hand, it is not always easy getting around the bay area -- with so many vehicles on the road. but, some relief could be ahead, thanks to a new, first of its kind study. which pin-pointdd some the worst trouble-spits. kron4's george rask has more.
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>> this is tracking over 3000 drivers using their cellphone and gps signals. this is the first time it has been done one of the worst areas they found was the 101 corridor through south east san jose. keep in mind it is not only the freeway but the traffic leading to the freeway that contributes to these slow downs. the study found that many people get on the freeway are round the same time. and another concern is the castro valley, the 580, and highway 92. again traffic leading from outlying areas onto the freeway will lead to the slowdowns. and the san ramon/dublin. and crow canyon road. and highway 1 0 1 in the sun rafael region. again, all of the redwood city feed systems. caltran
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and local transportation officials are reviewing these results and want to contribute additional metering liked to spread out the volume of drivers. this study has shown that if they can reduce this by 1 per cent it can improve your drive time by 14 percent. that is eight minutes per hour. george russ, kron 4. >> pam: ithat was george rask...dry weather is bringing out road crews in the santa cruz mountains. heavy december rains are blamed for mud and rock slides which have taken out a stretch of vine hill road near highway 17 kron four's rob fladeboe has the latest on the continuing efforts to clear the storm damage. >> reporter: after negotiating a bumpy one-lane ride across washed-out vine hill road for more than a month, residents have no problem with new delays now that work has begun on a permanent fix. >> i actually saw before they did anything to it and
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was absolutely shocked on how much and washed away. >> reporter: a dozen mountain roads damaged or closed by rock and mudslides in december. after clearing the slide and restoring that single lane in either direction, crews returned this week to finish the job. they're clearing away downed trees and digging down to solid ground, using tons of drain rock and concrete to shore up the hillside before adding a new, second lane across the 100 foot gash. this area got extreme rained. this sorrel is finally starting to dry out. the soil -- is finally starting to dry out. elsewhere, water is still seeping from an even larger slide here on highland way off summit road, still closed after a huge slide left mud 3-feet deep on the road, forcing residents to endure long detours. while some of the storm-
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caused road repairs are back-logged due to a lack of funds, others, like vine hill road are on a fast- track because it's an alternate route to nearby highway 17. >> the last time the road was blocked it took 1.5 years before it was fixed. this is certainly better than that. >> reporter: weather permitting, work on vine hill road should be complete by the end of the month. in the santa cruz mtns rob fladeboe kron 4 news. >> jacqueline: it was a nice day but big changes. for the rest of the week with a system that is going to be dropping into the bay area. that will bring it some very, very cold air. temperatures are going to be significantly cooler and even cooler on thursday. friday's low. 20's. near freezing for the bayshore. more on that but first let us take a look at the satellite & radar. the fog is increasing and the main event is off the coast. washington is continuing to
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press south. towards our coastline and tomorrow, that's got a cloud coverage. with the chance of lingering showers on thursday. the futurecast, wh10:00 a.m., mainly dry by 2:00 p.m., it is one that rainfall will start in the north bay. by 3:00 p.m., spotty shower activity. this will press the down to the south by 5:00 p.m. and livermore, the santa cruz mountains and also by 7:00 p.m., towards san jose. notice, clearing along the north bay. as we go towards a 11:00 p.m., take a look offshore. spotty shower activity over the coastal areas. that will continue through thursday morning. mainly dry over the bay area. a look at your extended forecast. cold air with this system. by thursday, temperatures are going to be freezing. pretty
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>> pam: coming up at 5-30. more on the probe into how a tanker hit the bay bridge. plus -- kron 4 takes you behind the wheel of one of the massive vessels. in a maritime academy simulator. >> the colorado movie massacre. new evidence in a preliminary hearing for the suspect. including dozens of graphic 9-1-1 recordings. >> and a hot air balloon crash. it was all caught on camera by a passenger. that's next at 5-30.
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(male announcer) this is bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> now at 5-30. the investigation into what led up to an oil tanker hitting the bay bridge. this is video from our helicopter partnership with abc-7 news -- over the scene. just after it happened yesterday. here is what we know. the pilot of the ship -- had three previous shipping mishaps. although at least one official with the california board of pilots commission. calls the incidents "minor". the national transportation
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safety board. is now calling the recent crash a "major marine casualty". because the damage totals more than half- a- million dollars. the director of the simulation program at the california maritime academy in vallejo. used their state-of-the-art bridge simulator to give us an idea of what it is like for a pilot to navigate a cargo ship through the fog on the bay >> this simulation, we can recreate the same situation. and say that this is what happened. for now, we have what is considered a 3 mi. visibility. we have an officer on watch, a shipmaster, and a pilot. because this is happening during while i am piloting bible be speaking to the
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bridge capt. and the captain. on weather or not we can continue. >> looking out the window with restrictive visibility is more difficult to cure you have the rader, the satellite signals. those are the two main electronic devices. now, with only 2 mi. of this ability. we could even start hearing fog signals. you would reverse the propeller. coming to the stop of a ship is not putting brakes on an automobile there could be more likely to encounter difficulty. and there are guidelines and rules for navigation and fog. i are in place for the decision making process but in the end, something went wrong. we do not know. >> pam: officials with the
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academy that say that these findings will help with future incident prevention. stay with kron-4 as we continue to follow developments -- in the tanker hit of the bay bridge. you can follow updates on the web at kron-4-dot-com, and our facebook and twitter pages. >> catherine: this was day two of the preliminary hearing for james holmes. he's the man charged in the colorado movie theatre massacre. 12 people died and dozens were injured. prosecutors are giving us a better look at just how elaborately they say holmes set up his plot to kill. holmes looks very different from the days right after he was arrested. a brown moustache and beard - replacing the dyed red hair. the first 9-1-1 call made to police from the movie theatre last july was played today. during which at least 30 shots are heard in the 27- second call.
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other testimony today included officers explaining the very elaborate booby trap system they say holmes had waiting for them in his apartment. there was a thermos full off glycerin leaning over a hot chemical. a trip wire linked theholmes they say - had soaked his carpet with gasoline.and had loud music playing. the theory -- he wanted lots of police distracted and and possibly killed. delaying the response time to the movie theatre and his shooting spree. among the people in the packed audience. survivors and relatives of the victims. as i mentioned before, it is difficult to explain. >> "he has no emotion. like a robot. nothing else". >> catherine: sam soudani's daughter farrah was badly injured that night.and he came to support her. >> "because she decided to come.i just want to hold her hand. no more." >> catherine: the hearing will determine whether there's enough evidence to head to trial. testimony also detailed holmes strange behavior after his arrest. at one point - when paper bags were put over his hands to preserve gunshot residue. police say he began playing
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with them as if they were puppets. >> in another mass shooting. it's now been two years since former congresswoman gabby giffords was injured in tucson, arizona. giffords and her husband are launching a new effort aimed at cracking down on gun violence. sandra endo reports. >> reporter: newtown connecticut. portland oregon. aurora colorado. there have been more than 10 since january 8th 2011, when a gunman opened fire at a grocery store in tucson, arizona. >> "my nine-year-old daughter was murdered in the tucson shooting. i have one question for our political leaders, when will you find the courage to stand up to the gun lobby?" >> reporter: then congresswoman gabby giffords was shot in the head during the attack and now she and her husband are launching an anti-gun violence group called "americans for responsible solutions." they told abc's diane sawyer the massacre at sandy hook elementary was a decisive moment. "how was newtown?" >> "tough." >> "brought back a lot of memories about what that
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was like for us, some two years ago today. and you hope that happen again. but you know what? it does happen again." their goal is to get elected officials to do more to prevent gun violence nationwide. it's an initiative similar to president obama's taskforce headed by vice president joe biden, expected to lay out recommendations as early as the end of the month. but such efforts face opposition. some believe getting rid of guns will not keep citizens safe. >> "you have a first amendment, there's a second amendment. but guns do not kill people. we just had two murders, my office investigated, by knives. should we take all the knives away? where do you draw the line?" >> reporter: a complex question leaders are searching to answer. in washington, i'm sandra endo. in washington, i'm sandra endo. kron 4 news.
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title is. >> pam: on wall street, the dow jones dropping 55 points. the nasdaq lost 7 now for today's market update. stocks close lower for the second straight day. as the corporate earnings season gets underway. on wall street. the dow dropped 55-points. the nasdaq lost seven. and the s-and-p 500 fell 4- points. a t-v reporter in minneapolis took quite a hit during a live shot. it wa >> last year it was budweiser platinum. and super bowl is fun. i would like to see kate up in and sexy people and have beer goggles. it is coming out january 21st. with maybe 110
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about a loser. that rent. >> a rent to mortgage indicator. right now was a better time to purchase a house. but they want the flexibility of moving around. the housing market is going to struggle. 2012, chester to a close and the average is up by 3.8%. the average. san francisco saw rents increasing by 5 percent. san jose, and the seattle, led the nation at 5.8%.
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that it is well to the north. with a lot of cold air. and that will crop temperatures to freezing. not tomorrow but freezing. minimal rainfall with a light rain along the coast. by 3:00 p.m., lighter showers over oakland, hayward, the san mateo coast. livermore and the south bay. notice, we're going to see mainly dry conditions. approaching the lake tahoe region by 7:00 p.m. tomorrow. it will be in full swing. later, the snowfall will taper off to the overnight hours and it will return. and continues
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to towards the kerstin morning. not a lot of snowfall expected towards -- first morning. and 1-2 in. on thursday morning. a look at your extended forecast with the cold conditions. look at the low temperatures. on friday, 20 degrees. it is going to stay cold on saturday. a 28 on friday. www.snowbomb.com we do have a little bit of incoming snowfall. with the base and the highest peaks, take a look impressive bases. www.snowbomb.com >> catherine: a couple of california newlyweds a couple of california newlyweds got a bumpy start to married life. they exchanged vows on this hot air balloon in san
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diego. and moments later -- were shaken up by a sudden, rough landing. of course - one of the guests caught it all on video. you see them still smiling here.with a couple of them looking a little wary. and just after the balloon operator told them to 'hang on' -- the balloon was caught by a gust of wind.and came down really hard in a residential neighborhood. more than a dozen people were on board. one of them suffered a minor injury. but everybody shook it off -- and continued with the celebration that night. >> the largest consumer electronics show is going on.
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(male announcer) this is bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> pam: it is kind of courage to have a close call like this. >> reactions. >> reactions, upper respiratory infection.
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>> getting sick and what your google search is telling researchers. >> one of the best loved national park, there are going to reduce the environmental impact without reducing the amount of visitors. tonight investigators try to figure out what caused this massive tanker to hit the the bridge. this hit a fender on the eastern power of the western bridge spanned. tonight, it is still off of the treasure island coast. this is video from abc seven. our helicopter partnership. and we are learning more about outhe pilot but first, terisa estacio. has the latest on the investigation. >> reporter: we are learning that the national transportation safety board
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is calling this incident a major marine casualty. that will get even more expensive. kron 4 has learned that some highly skilled engineers will assess the situation. federal authorities are also separat launching separate investigations. they are looking into the matter with the executive director saying that they are very alarmed about what could have happened. this could have been a real disaster. >> this tanker if had hundreds of tons of bunker fuel. so, there was the potential for an oil spill even know it already had
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discharged. in martinez. so, it could have been ffull 2 million gal. so certainly, the rest was in there. and in a way it is good to of a close call because it gives everybody a chance to analyze what exactly happened. and how prevention and response can be improved. >> some have requested the coast guard. there will be a lot of information. if the coast guard, did proper authorities turned the yesterday's foggy conditions. >> pam: along with the ntsb
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maureen kelly has more. >> reporter: this is ordered to stay until investigators are satisfied. >> tuesday, the pilot was interviewed a local task force to maneuver this vessel to these waters. drug and are all testing is under way. >> the alcohol portion is down and i do not have those results. there will also be the drug test some drug testing has already been done but i do not have the specifics on who is already been tested. >> reporter: human error. >> that is something that will also consider >> reporter: there also been on board and go to every inch including testing the navigation equant. that is helped to guide it around
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the obstacles with one- quarter mile visibility. testing the navigation -- equipment. >> these vessels will have plenty of equipment, with gps, electronic gps, navigation, manuel, plots. >> reporter: officials say that it could take several months. >> we're also learning more about the pilot that was maneuvering. at the time of the crash as dan kerman tells us this man has been investigated before. >> reporter: before this hit the bay bridge the pilot had three previous incidences investigated. august 27th, he was piloting this towards the port of sacramento. when it tbriefly ran aground. no damage and no pilot error found but he was ordered to take more practice courses.
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two days later, he was also piloting the san joquani waterway. he was also ordered to take more practice courses. and there was a trainee being trained with a tug boat that made contact with the bottom of the channel causing minor damage. pilot error was found but no action was recommended. >> the zero classified as a reminder. these are all- classified as -- minor. >> i would say that it is easy to make contact with the bottom. very narrow transit. >> while there will not
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comment they say that new regulations are on the works. >> the increased toxicology and the agility testing for pilots. >> these grew out of the studies and they're hopeful of these regulations will actually be re-enacted some time this year. dan kerman, kron 4. >> pam: stay with kron 4 as we continue to follow developments. update on the website. and our facebook and twitter pages. the move for the second sta to aid the excavations and lyndo near lon t found out, the people that
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and nearby are not known that there could be more victims so close to their homes. >> reporter: they have been working all day this is the third day of the most recent surge. they are searching this behind me for any remains. the recent surge of the speed freak killing. this was near 100 yds where they found 1000 calls last year. statements from wesley shermantine led investigators to this. in linden >> i actually live right around the corner and if it is scary. to know that it was going right at that time. >> i do not want to waste my breath. something that was so disgusting. i can get is great the fbi is here.
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>> they should really tissue to skip this over with for the families. they are still clearing the topsoil and the painstaking process of digging by hand i will continue to check but the fbi as soon as we get more updates. reporting, scott rates, kron 4. >> the fluke season. it is still very active. h3n2
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people that already gotten the flu shot are still even getting sec. >> people that never gotten the vaccine are even getting the flu-- >> it will take mid- december-march with the peak in the second portion of january which is right where we are coming up. grant, the impact of the--4 season. >> reporter: with 40 states, the brown have widespread flu activity. 18 children have died! this is categorized as regional. we are knowing that it is spreading. this is not
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nearly as bad. as the other states. in new york state they are up 169%. non critical had to send to other hospitals. this flu season is likely to be the worst the we have seen the last decade. the major changes to yosemite national park. and today, the release plans to close an ice rink and limit daily capacity. j. r. stone. apportions of yosemite park will be changing this proposal is online for you to see. the plants are in the works for a court order. this will run to the
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southern section of the national park. there are several alternatives. however, the preference is a 235 million-dollar the and daily will only be 19,000 and to wonder 3 a. will be restored with and 100 ft. of the river. the ice rink and curry village will be closed. rafting rentals will be closed, bike rentals will be closed, and the yosemite trials will be hopes to ease traffic. public transportation will be used and 400 additional parking spaces will be used. you can give your opinion on mind. and see the other alternatives. this will go into april and as for the time frame. they want to make these renovations in the next 15-20 years.
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>> pam: coming up, this hearing for movie theaters shooting, james holmes continues. his elaborate booby trap revealed in court. kabi giffords taking on the issue of gun violence. gabrielle giffords...
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a new study shows a small group of motorists are to blame for causing major traffic congestion in bay area freeways. a first of its kind study, has revealed that traffic congestion on bay area roadways may be caused by a surprisingly small number of drivers. kron 4's charles clifford has details. >> gps traffic patterns showing the trend that drivers and portions of hayward, san ramon, dublin, san jose are all trying to commute at the same time. creating backups for everybody else. by changing
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the driving habits for people in this area of the overall commute times could be improved. for example, if this driver was reduced by 1 percent a troubled time for everybody could be shortened by nearly 18%. the travelling time, with a 50 minute trip instead of a 1 hour commute. also encouraging these people to use public transportation or car pool would be more effective for reducing the overall number of cars on the roads. charles clifford, kron 4. >> catherine: in national news. today marks the second anniversary of the shootings that left six people dead and 12 others injured, including congresswoman gabrielle giffords. on january 8, 20-11, jared lee loughner opened fire at a political event. killing six people and wounding 13 others, including former congresswoman gabrielle giffords, who was shot in the head. bells rang at 10:11 a.m., fa the moment a gunman opened fire on giffords as she met with constituents two years
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ago. the city's mayor today rang a bell at a fire station, once for each of the victims. it's been two years since former congresswoman gabby giffords was injured in a mass shooting in tucson, arizona. she's marking the occasion by launching a new group aimed at cracking down on gun violence. responsible solutions." >> the connecticut school shooting was one of the reasons giffords got involved. she and her husband say they're gun owners - but keep guns out of the wrong hands. >> the first 9-1-1 calls from the night of the colorado movie theater shooting were played in court today. it was the second day of the the accused gunman. one 27-second call was drowned out by the constant sound of gunfire. in another call. a dispatcher can be heard telling a relative of a 6- year-old girl how to begin c-p-r. >> and an f-b-i agent described how he says holmes set up an elaborate booby trap for police back at his apartment -- usingthe hearing is expected to last through the week. >> a military judge has reduced the possible sentence facing bradley manning. he's the army private accused of giving classified documents to wikileaks. manning is being tried on nearly two dozen charges. including "aiding the enemy." a judge has ruled that he suffered an illegal punishment before the trial
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began -- at a military jail in virginia. manning spent 23-hours a day in a windowless cell. and was often forced to be naked. the judge took 112 days off any prison sentence he gets if convicted. >> jacqueline: we had a nice day with the fog clearing. it was a bit cooler and vallejo, fairfield and concord. that fog was clinging. 54 in richmond, 55 degrees in redwood city. still, 57 degrees in san jose. as we look tomorrow, big changes that will bring us some rainfall, spotty shower activity more importantly, dry conditions and thursday. friday, take a
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look at the temperatures! 20's! and more, with the satellite & radar with the increasing clouds at this hour courtesy of this system. there is a lot of rainfall moving into washington. spotty shower activity and notice the cloud pattern with some lingering showers on thursday. here is a look at futurecast. the rainfall approaching by 2:00 p.m. and light shower activity along the coast. by 3:00 p.m., a spotty through hayward, the san mateo coast. this 5:00 p.m. or, it will continue to progress towards the south. notice, clearer conditions in the north bay. and mostly clear skies with lingering rainfall. thursday morning, and a later morning hours on thursday. largely dry conditions on thursday.
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we are going to see cooler conditions on friday. here is a look at your extended forecast. things cooling down. check it out. friday, we are dealing with upper 20's and low 30's. even the bayshore will be near freezing. this cold weather will stay with us but a bit of a return of showers in the forecast. >> pam: after the break. the giants' world series trophy embarks on a tour of northern california.
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>> the giants trophy toward is online take a look this trophy will come to the bay area next week with a stop in richmond january 14th, vallejo, january 16th, daly city covered with city, january 25th, january 28th,
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alcohol testing is underway. the ntsb will join the investigation calling this a major marine casualty. the dollar cost tech is nearly one-half million dollars. the crew is on board and a whole is placed with anchors continuing until investigators are satisfied, maureen kelly, kron 4 news. >> reporter: the ntsb is calling this a major marine casualties. because this was nearly one half million dollars in damage, so far. as federal investigators launch a bear investigation, this independent agency wants answers. baykeepers wants to know if the coast guard gave appropriate advice as the ship was leaving the bay. because it was so foggy. lynn terisa estacio,
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kron 4. >> reporter: the pilot was also responsible for three other incidences. with pilot error found in two of the three. he was ordered to take additional class's. however, the pilot commission believes that all three were minor. dan kerman, kron 4 news. >> reporter: the director of the bridge simulator at the california maritime it saying that the bridge equipment is equipped with sonar equipment and satellite navigation in addition to captains, pilot being trained through in dense fog. >> in the end, something went wrong. there was a mechanical from there, we do not know. when we find out we will come up with a better training program. >> reporter: in vallejo, haazig madyun kron 4 >> reporter: in the san looking, the fbi is on the
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second day of their recent surge in the san joquain area of the speed freak killers. this excavation is 100 yds away from 1000 bones found last year. wesley shermantine have led investigators to this area and the nearby town of linden are not happy. i spoke with dsp fbi. this should take about three weeks. scott rates, kron 4. >> reporter: this year's flu season started strong and early. this influenza virus with the most severe is cost and called h3n2 even getting the vaccine will not protect you. in walnut creek, justin waldman, kron 4. >> reporter: this new study shows that a small number of drivers could be causing traffic delays for everyone else. researchers found
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that portions of san rafeal are all trying to commute at the same time. and it is causing traffic backups for everyone. this would reduce the overall commute time for everyone by 18 percent. in the news room, charles clifford, kron 4 news. >> in the santa cruz mountains this major slide on vine hill road. these routes to highway 17. these heavy december rains pushed out vine road and this mountain road is also being cleared as residents are welcoming the repairs. >> the last time the road was blocked it took 1.5 years until it was faxed. this is certainly better. >> reporter: in the santa
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cruz mountains, rob fladeboe, kron 4. >> in tech news, the largest consumer electronics show, c e s.. this takes place in las vegas for the technology trends for the year. to give you an idea, 3000 companies are showing of 20,000 new products. two people that are attending, 100th of the thousand. 1.8 million square feet. just nearly 30 football fields. with 150,000 people attending. i will sift through all of this and give you the update. at 8:00 p.m., i will keep you all the details gabe slate tech report. >> nudists are back at city hall. the ban on nudity. it is no longer legal to walk the streets of san francisco naked. however, nudists to believe that it is a violation of their first
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amendment of free expression. there is a class action lawsuit against the city. nudists are hoping that this will be overturned. >> we have put a lot of hope in this court hearing if this does not work we will come up with another way. we do not allow san francisco to be repressed it is going to remain free. >> pam: they have protest at least three times and also created an e book on body freedom with the legal defense activism group. >> jacqueline: our big weather story is high- pressure. it is expected to kick off early tomorrow. powhatan a.m., approaching the north bay coast. light shower activity. by 3, spotty showers for most of the bay area. the east bay, and the san mateo coast.
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continuing self with the drier conditions in the north bay. and there is the chance of lingering showers but most of that rainfall will stay over the coast. the same for the 10:00 a.m. hour, thursday morning. as for the sierras, some snowfall with not a lot of moisture associated. 1-3 in. associated and 1-2 in. on thursday. a look at your extended forecast with this cold air. temperatures dropping even more on thursday and take a look at friday morning. freezing for the bay shore. and as we take a look at the weekend. a bit warmer on weekend with showers. stay with us.
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warning that 2013 could be a year for mass cyber attacks. but it's not just computers that are at risk - your cellphone could be a target too. alison kosik is in new york with more on how hackers can access your phone. >> security experts have been warning us with the rise of cellphone the cyber attacks. 2013 could be the year that it actually happens. experts thinking that mobile payments could be part of the reason. smart phones are not being used only for communication is acting as a mobile wallet. juniper networks saying that 3 million spared phones are run the world will be equipped with smart chips. the ones needed for smart payments and even though the technology is considered secure many applications could be full of loopholes. making smart phones extremely vulnerable. also, a dangerous trend could impact consumers. ran somewhere takes control of
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the data until the user pays money. one the security firm expects it to move from celebrity victims into normal civilians. what is most vulnerable? mobil mall where, runs schools operating system. experts say that iphone users should also be diligent to. apple will see more attacks because wealthier people tend to own a couple devices. as scary as these is seeing the biggest threat is the old fashioned carelessness. data is most usually taken from locked phone for not locked from across phone. >> pam: in sports, with an update on the 49ers kicking competition. aaron rogers, to candlestick park for the first time. the niners will face the possible 49ers best quarterback. gary radnich is next
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>> good evening, we're going to talk about the green bay packers, to the 49ers. they are now conducting tours of candlestick park at $18. yesterday, they saw 49er cundiff at candlestick take a look as he blew this kick last year. he has played for all 11 teams in 17 seasons. still, he could be demand for sunday. >> i like spending time with my family but we want to be playing so i took this for a big complement. that we could potentially win the super bowl. and we could think that it could just be one game. >> still, no official word
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if it is that fellow war,akers still best option he has been plagued by injury with a 63 yd against the green bay packers. i will say it again when you bet on a love and the teams. you can say when they have an anchor that is worked in 11 markets in four years. and we will see what happens. if you want to guess they will give acres some boost if he just falls flat on his face they will go with him on sunday. but i think it is one of those thin that a nonsupport person will win relate to. a nonsupport thing, and also, rodgers vs. kaepernick if they cannot stop. rogers who is played at candlestick park. if they cannot stop or
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can stop? kaepernick, this will be his eight start to read and alex smith on the bench with harbaugh a genius. it all comes down to this man, and kaepernick come to on sunday? >> i do not know. i have been playing football for so long i think that this is my 17th year. and football is football, was to get on the field to. >> been in this situation and the way that he has handled himself. i think at this point that we say that just about everything. just about a quarterback could face. he has done well. >> for those of you with tinted windows. mcclain busted tinted glass
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he was arrested and then he lied to police about his identity. he provided a false name. taken into custody and posted a $1,000 bond remember, that this is his second brush with the law. another number member of the raiders if you have tended windows, and you are busted, provide your real need. and i do not have a front license plate. give them your real -- name. and i thought of using maybe the name of ron and mexico. >> pam: do you have one right now? >> it would ruin it the look of the car. and if you think that if you have problems? [laughter]
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rolando mclean, hang in there, stanford the final alabama was so great last night and look at san j meanwhile, nec saban 5 at alabama, nicholas -- he had three at alabama and now he is chasing the other player. and what he was asked last night what does he do with all of those hearings? >> those rings? >> i put them on my coffee table [laughter] >> the highlight was no ordained they could not keep up but the first hour. with notre dame could not keep up but how this wasmusberger on
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mccarron girl >> you see that lovely later that his his girlfriend. the quarterbacks get all of the good-looking girls. what a beautiful woman, wow! he is doing some great things and if you are a youngster at alabama, start throwing out that football with your father. >> she was miss alabama and 2011. now, she has accumulated more followers on twitter that her boyfriend. she has gone from just a couple of hundred after brent mccarron lost his mind and he only has 100,000. he is one of the best quarterbacks. espn felt the need to release this
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apology statement for musberger.. and i think that it is silly. he is 74 years old. >> did they have to apologize? >> let me just say that i am going to sound ancient. but if he was a 35 year-old single man. saying that she was hot. >> pam: ... >> of course he has worked every weekend for 20 years. the point is that he is married. that is why i like it at this level that we are on. i cubit you and never get any feedback. also, the key is to have fun. >> he did not release see anything of scene. >> and if your grandfather says that she looks great
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